Synonyms for brachioradial or Related words with brachioradial

neurodermatitis              vitaligo              itchiness              hidradentitis              puritis              aquagenic              puritus              notalgia              hypoesthesia              pruritus              algopareunia              proctalgia              sialorrhea              leucorrhea              kraurosis              hypohidrosis              maculopapular              hyperhydrosis              neurasthenia              neurophatic              hypersalivation              chloracne              herpeticum              chilblains              ecchymoses              earaches              arthralgia              nodularis              erythrodermia              postular              migraineheadaches              fibromylagia              papulosquamous              hyperosmia              toothaches              coccydynia              itches              exzema              pruritis              vestibulodynia              formication              erythrosis              strangury              aurium              acrodermatitis              rashfixed              anhidrosis              radiculopathic              morphoea              xerotic             

Examples of "brachioradial"
There is controversy regarding the cause of brachioradial pruritus: is it caused by a nerve compression in the cervical spine or is it caused by a prolonged exposure to sunlight?
Brachioradial pruritus (sometimes abbreviated BRP) is an intense itching sensation of the arm usually between the wrist and elbow of either or both arms. The itch can be so intense that sufferers will scratch their own skin to a bleeding condition.
Brachioradial pruritus (BRP) is a localized pruritus of the dorsolateral aspect of the arm. BRP is an enigmatic condition with a controversial cause; some authors consider BRP to be a photodermatosis, whereas other authors attribute BRP to compression of cervical nerve roots.
Neuropathic itch can originate at any point along the afferent pathway as a result of damage of the nervous system. They could include diseases or disorders in the central nervous system or peripheral nervous system. Examples of neuropathic itch in origin are notalgia paresthetica, brachioradial pruritus, brain tumors, multiple sclerosis, peripheral neuropathy, and nerve irritation.
Other Kawasaki disease complications have been described, such as aneurysm of other arteries: aortic aneurysm, with a higher number of reported cases involving the abdominal aorta, axillary artery aneurysm, brachiocephalic artery aneurysm, aneurysm of iliac and femoral arteries, and renal artery aneurysm. Other vascular complications can occur such as increased wall thickness and decreased distensibility of carotid arteries, aorta, and brachioradial artery. This change in the vascular tone secondary to endothelial dysfunction. In addition, children with Kawasaki disease, with or without coronary artery complications, may have a more adverse cardiovascular risk profile, such as high blood pressure, obesity, and abnormal serum lipid profile.